The Millennial generation are the new majority in the 21st-century workforce, and Millennial nurses are on their way to dominating the nursing profession. Here are some reasons to love them.
As a nurse, a healer at heart, you may have watched with wide eyes as people were pulled from the floodwaters of Hurricane Florence on the news, and felt just a little bit helpless. There are ways you can help.
Mandated staffing ratios are set to head to a vote in November in one state, after years of nurses fighting for safer nurse-to-patient numbers, but it may not be an easy win.
Complacency be just as bad for your career as outright misery. Whether you’re stuck in a rut or actively feeling pained by your job, it might be time for a change.
The pay may be great, but that isn’t the answer to give when asked, “Why do you want to work here?” Here’s how to answer that and other hard interview questions.
At first glance, what impression does your resume make on your behalf? Could it impress a hiring manager or recruiter in six seconds? If not, read on.
“Since beginning my RN journey, my outlook and perspective on life have changed dramatically,” says Jamie Dupont, RN, in this look at her life in the ICU.
Maine is the top place to be a nurse, and D.C. is the worst, according to new survey results. Where does your state land on the list?
Your definition of a successful nursing career may look vastly different than that of your fellow nurses, and that is okay, because career success is a personal thing.
Athletes and entertainers rake in millions—multimillions, actually—while those who save lives, such as nurses, struggle to make ends meet, put food on the table, and repay their student loans.